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All these are pretty obvious, but they are here to refer to, and for new users to see.




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Am just confused by these rules !! I think no one on here seems to take any notice of these !! I've just had a quick look through some of the threads and in nearly every one at least 2 of these rules are broken!! Are these to be taken seriously ?? Or are they just a relaxed ruling to keep things in reasonable order?? Coz i think if yer were gonna attempt to moderate them yer will be editing posts and deleting threads all day long !!
 

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Well i was thinkin something along those lines since...they were here, then gone....!!!

And now back....hmm :-k

I hear by swear to try and follow the rules to the best of my ability....with maybe a few slight bends or cracks!!! he he he! :-^
 

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They were here but quite different!! they have now been changed and after some consideration slightly relaxed!!
 
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